|New show by Neshka Robeva|
|9 December 2007 | 18:41 | FOCUS News Agency|
Sofia. The premiere of the new performance of Neshka Robeva Refugees would be on December 12 in the National Palace of Culture. It would be telling the story in its own way about the fates of different Balkan groups going to Argentine in the 20th century. These were refugees who left their mother country for different reasons – everyday life, political or love reasons, Neshla Robeva, long years eurhythmics coach and author of the most successful musical performances in Bulgaria said for FOCUS News Agency.
The fates of people from different ethnic groups would be presented in the performance – Armenians, Jews, Turks, Macedonians, Serbs, Bulgarians.
‘All of these will be entangles with Argentinean tango – the dance which united all ethnic groups and peoples,’ Neshka Robeva said. ‘In the same time we tell the story of the fate of the refugees by the means of dance, music and songs,’ the choreographer added.
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